Billy Ray Cyrus Wishes Fans ‘Happy Mullet Monday’ With Throwback John Stamos, Miley Cyrus Photo

by Emily Morgan
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What do Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, and John Stamos have in common? They’re all three mullet-loving icons.

On Monday, Billy Ray Cyrus blessed our Twitter feeds with a photo of himself holding a young Miley Cyrus alongside “Full House” actor John Stamos.

“Happy #MulletMonday from me, @MileyCyrus and @JohnStamos!”

In the ’90s, Billy Ray broke hearts with his hit single “Achy Breaky Heart” coupled with his ‘business in the front party in the back’ hairstyle.

Today it seems Billy Ray has passed the metaphorical torch of his worldwide fame as well as his haircut to his megastar daughter, Miley Cyrus.

Before she was a household name, she was just an average toddler when she met “Uncle Jesse” from the hit family tv series, “Full House.”

In an Instagram post, Stamos reminisced on the occasion when he shared a cute throwback pic of their first meeting.

“That one time I met @mileycyrus,” Stamos captioned the photo, which showed Miley looking pretty unimpressed with the Full House star as her mullet-rocking dad holds the tiny-tot.

Miley Mimics Billy-Ray’s Iconic Mullet

Later in life, Miley would emulate her dad’s and Stamos’ style when she donned the ’90s hair-do.

Now 28, the “Plastic Hearts” singer has never been afraid to experiment when it comes to her looks.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Miley opened up about her ever-changing appearance affects how the public perceives the superstar.

“There’s an idea that during the ‘Younger Now’ era, I was pure. The media likes to have my hair or what I look like be the point of reference for my sanity,” Cyrus told the magazine.

After the split from her ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth, Miley became sober. She also cut her long blond hair into a feminine mullet to signify a new rock-n-roll era ahead as she approaches her twentieth year in the music industry.

“My hair is some sort of reflection for my sanity, my sexuality, my sobriety,” Cyrus added.

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